Lissa's Review: Happily Ever After (Cinder & Ella #2) by Kelly Oram
RELEASED: April 11th 2017
GENRE: YA, New Adult, contemporary, romance
LENGTH: 454 pages
FORMAT: ebook, paperback
The end of one story is often the beginning of another. Hollywood heartthrob Brian Oliver and his Cinderella princess Ellamara Rodriguez have finally found love outside the digital world. But leaving their anonymity behind creates a whole new set of obstacles for the nation’s new favorite sweethearts. With the stress of Brian’s fame and the pressures of a new relationship weighing down on them, the It Couple quickly begins to wonder if they can hold on to their newfound joy, or if maybe happily ever after is only a fairy tale.
FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS
I absolutely loved Happily Ever After. There’s something about Oram’s writing that makes me feel at home. I connect with her characters, Brian and Ella. Oh, my there just amazing together.
Their story has you on this rollercoaster of emotions. They're finally totally together after so many years. Ella is still dealing with the scars that life has given her. She’s very insecure with herself. I feel that throughout this story Ella really embraced who she was. With the help of everyone around her, making her realize that she is truly beautiful.
“You are beautiful, Ellamara. The most beautiful woman I have ever seen.”
I love how Oram, gets the characters from previous books and places them in within their world. It was fun to read. And if I didn’t love Brian before (which I did) you had to love Brian now. His love for Ella really touched me. He was all in and there was nothing Ella could do to change that. But they are both terribly stubborn.
I didn’t want this story to be over! I thought I had more time and realized at the end that there was a sneak peek from her new book coming out soon (lol) this almost 500 pages long and finished this basically within a day.
Happily Ever After was more than I thought it would be. I loved it as much as the first book in this series. It's full of love and hope. Being able to embrace who you and never looking back. Thank you, Kelly!